Serving Boiling Springs and Spartanburg Since 1981
 
 
     
March Gardening Tips
  • You may begin major pruning of fruit trees and grape vines.
  • Prune your Knockout Roses

  • Do not prune azaleas, rhododendrons, camellias, etc.  If it blooms in the spring, wait and prune after it is finished blooming.

  • Pecan Trees- Fertilize with 8-8-8 with zinc

  • Begin fertilizing your trees and shrubs.

  • Stop by for even more specific tips for your lawn and garden.
 



 

   
  • Lesco Grass Seed
  • Lesco Preemergents and Fertilizers
  • Pelletized Lime
  • Rainbow 10-10-10
  • Vertigro 16-4-8
  • Vertigro Pecan Fertilizer
  • Osmocote Fertilizer
 
  • Garden Soil by the scoop
  • Fafard Garden Soils
  • Soil Conditioner
  • Peat Moss
  • Black Kow Manure
  • Mushroom Compost
 
  • Pine Needles
  • Wheat Straw
  • Bagged Mulch
 
   
  • Soil Moist Plus with Fertilizer
  • Bayer 3 in 1 Insect, Disease, and Mite Control
  • And more......
 
  • Toland Garden Flags
  • Windchimes
  • Yard Art Items
  • And more……
 
  • Maples
  • Fruit Trees
  • Crape Myrtles
  • Dogwoods, River Birches and more……

 

Stop by Frank’s and we can help you with a Preemergent/Fertilization Program for your lawn!

 

February/Early March Applicatons

Fescue Lawns:  Time to broadcast a pre-emergent (25-0-7)

Bermuda/Zoysia Lawns: Time to broadcast a pre-emergent (0-0-7)

Centipede Lawns
: Time to broadcast a pre-emergent (0-0-7)


*Be sure to water in your fertilizer/preemergent within 3-4 days! The second treatment will follow in April/May.  Refer to our Lawn Care Program.

Download your copy of Frank's Lawn Care Program or stop by Frank’s for more specific tips for your lawn or garden.



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My Yard and Garden, Inc.
2600 Boiling Springs Road
Boiling Springs, SC 29316

 
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